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(Lifehacker)   Claire wants you to use mayo when you rub your meat   (lifehacker.com) divider line
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730 clicks; posted to Food » on 23 Jun 2022 at 5:05 PM (11 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-06-23 1:56:15 PM  
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2022-06-23 5:35:07 PM  

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2022-06-23 5:38:39 PM  
Rather use something like mustard, applebutter or a chutney to get rub to coat.
 
2022-06-23 5:54:06 PM  
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2022-06-23 5:57:13 PM  
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2022-06-23 6:03:36 PM  

alechemist: Rather use something like mustard, applebutter or a chutney to get rub to coat.


Mustard is my standard binder for rubs but apparently it's going to be in short supply soon so I guess mayo might have to be used.
 
2022-06-23 6:08:54 PM  
I'm not putting farking mayo on shiat when I'm grilling
 
2022-06-23 6:22:26 PM  
>>So smear on something wet, then get to rubbing to build a beautiful, flavorful bark...

Ewwwwwww.
 
2022-06-23 6:45:57 PM  

robodog: alechemist: Rather use something like mustard, applebutter or a chutney to get rub to coat.

Mustard is my standard binder for rubs but apparently it's going to be in short supply soon so I guess mayo might have to be used.


One can buy plenty of dry and reconstitute at one's leisure.
 
2022-06-23 7:01:43 PM  
there were attempts to get cooks to immerse chicken pieces in mayo prior to baking. this was a few years back. i caught on to those rat bastards. they just wanted me -and you- to spend more mayo money.
 
2022-06-23 7:04:33 PM  
How about buying fattier cuts of meat in the first place?

I see these recipes that start with skinless chicken breast, and then use a 1/4" layer of mayo.  Chicken fat is way more tasty than mayo, just leave the skin on ffs.
 
2022-06-23 7:20:02 PM  
Hell yogurt would be a better option with poultry.
 
2022-06-23 7:20:14 PM  

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2022-06-23 7:25:02 PM  

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Eh, that's overstating things a bit.

Mostly waiting for tintar to show up and compliment my choice of brand.
 
2022-06-23 7:57:35 PM  
Funny... I want Claire to use mayo when rubbing my meat too! (she eats a lot of mayo ;) )
 
2022-06-23 8:00:08 PM  

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Eh, that's overstating things a bit.

Mostly waiting for tintar to show up and compliment my choice of brand.


It doesn't taste the same if it doesn't come in that disturbingly supple squeeze... bag. *shrug*
 
2022-06-23 8:06:45 PM  
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2022-06-23 9:17:35 PM  
I don't get the concept. Seasoning doesn't 'stick' to meat? Since when? Are you saying you slather your steaks in mustard before applying S&P?
No, you don't. The mustard is just an extra step and you are wasting your time.
 
2022-06-23 9:56:24 PM  

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Eh, that's overstating things a bit.

Mostly waiting for tintar to show up and compliment my choice of brand.


Uhhh, olar? I SIMPLY ASSUMED you picked it because IT'S claire's fav brand!

Duke's is her second. For everyday shiat....

But when mayo MATTERS, as a taste-able ingredient, like sushi spicy mayo, CLAIRE is also team kewpie.....

Oh, you.
 
2022-06-23 9:59:13 PM  
As hard as I MAKE IT SEEM to believe, claire probably has a good palate.

She just WANTS to eat "what raccoons eat."

For internet FUN!

Don't think I don't see.....
 
2022-06-23 10:03:44 PM  
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2022-06-23 10:49:57 PM  

Percise1: Funny... I want Claire to use mayo when rubbing my meat too! (she eats a lot of mayo ;) )


You can rub your own meat with mayo. In your own house.
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1. *Sigh*
2. Shlorp
3. Shlopshlopshlop

/and stop
//with the goddam
///CLAIRE!!!
 
2022-06-24 2:21:35 AM  

fastfxr: I don't get the concept. Seasoning doesn't 'stick' to meat? Since when? Are you saying you slather your steaks in mustard before applying S&P?
No, you don't. The mustard is just an extra step and you are wasting your time.


Depends on how much rub you're trying to apply, I like a nice thick bark so using a binder allows me to apply a lot more rub.
 
2022-06-24 7:17:46 AM  
Her and her boyfriend don't have to go far or pay much for lube.
 
2022-06-24 7:50:38 AM  

Axeofjudgement: I'm not putting farking mayo on shiat when I'm grilling


That's right.
 
2022-06-24 8:08:21 AM  

FrancoFile: How about buying fattier cuts of meat in the first place?

I see these recipes that start with skinless chicken breast, and then use a 1/4" layer of mayo.  Chicken fat is way more tasty than mayo, just leave the skin on ffs.


Plus yogurt cause flair ups on the grill from the extra oil
 
2022-06-24 8:09:51 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: FrancoFile: How about buying fattier cuts of meat in the first place?

I see these recipes that start with skinless chicken breast, and then use a 1/4" layer of mayo.  Chicken fat is way more tasty than mayo, just leave the skin on ffs.

Plus yogurt cause flair ups on the grill from the extra oil


My damn phone that was in agreement with the one under yours.  I are liked yours
 
2022-06-24 9:49:31 AM  
From a bbq perspective the binder is just that. It doesn't really add anything to the taste.  So mustard is just easier to see when spreading.

Now I have heard of a mix of pickle juice and mustard effecting taste but haven't tried it yet.
 
2022-06-24 11:14:53 AM  

wdog61: From a bbq perspective the binder is just that. It doesn't really add anything to the taste.  So mustard is just easier to see when spreading.

Now I have heard of a mix of pickle juice and mustard effecting taste but haven't tried it yet.


Vinegar mustard beer mixed together is a good starter brine for pork, because you will taste their flavors. Adding peppercorns and crushed pepper give a hint of heat.
 
2022-06-24 11:43:32 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: wdog61: From a bbq perspective the binder is just that. It doesn't really add anything to the taste.  So mustard is just easier to see when spreading.

Now I have heard of a mix of pickle juice and mustard effecting taste but haven't tried it yet.

Vinegar mustard beer mixed together is a good starter brine for pork, because you will taste their flavors. Adding peppercorns and crushed pepper give a hint of heat.


I'm doing some experimental racks of ribs this weekend so I will have to try that.
(Messing around with Korean BBQ sauce with some sweet rubs)
 
2022-06-24 2:21:32 PM  
Low hanging fruit today on Life Hacker.
 
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